The Balkans and Asia Minor are the countries of origin of the horse chestnut. This beautiful tree was introduced around 1600 in Western Europe.
Now we see him mostly along lanes and stand in parks. Some of these extremely strong trees are over 250 years old. Its name from the tree to the Turks, the starchy seeds gave their pregnant mares.
The tree has many more applications from the seeds is made edible flour, the flesh is a raw material of soap and the bark of the tree yields a red dye. Bark also supports proper bowel function.
- Blood vessels
- When tired or heavy legs
Three times daily 1 capsule with a half glass of water after meals
ingest. Up to 6 capsules per day.